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Old 06-19-10, 11:21 AM   #1
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Honjo Fenders on Super Sports?

Does anyone have Honjo Hammered Fenders on a Fillet Brazed Super Sport? What size fender? What sized tire? Pictures?
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Old 06-19-10, 06:26 PM   #2
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Limit to Super Sport's tire size is the chainstays width, you'll have around 42mm to fit the tire, 33~35mm actual tire width is close to the limit with 5mm per side clearance. I don't have Honjos, but 45mm Planet Bike or SKS are as big a fender as I am able to fit. The front fork and rear chainstays are limiting the max fender width.

BTW, these measurements are from several Super Sport/Sports Tourer frames I have, actual measurements from frame in question.

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Old 06-19-10, 06:50 PM   #3
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Well, Super Sports came with 27x1 1/4" tires, so... 27"x32mm. So you'll probably want 43-45mm fenders.
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You know i have been contemplating putting honjo's on a raleigh sports.

is it a possibility ? what do you guys think?

Sorry hope i'm not derailing the topic
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You could. But why? Raleighs have nice enough looking fenders.
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the ones i have are seriously bent up....
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Maybe the VO variants? I've never seen 26" Honjo's.
http://www.velo-orange.com/vo60fefor26w.html
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